I am going to slow the pace down a little bit for today's blog posting. I've been a bit busy as of late catching up with an old friend in China, having limited access to the internet, and combing through thousands of photos I've taken over the last couple of months of travel. I often have a quick look at what I've taken to date; sometimes realizing there are some good shots, other times concerned that I haven't shot enough or that my pictures are rubbish.
Generally, I think I've done an ok job of capturing day-to-day scenes thrown in with a bit of rooftopping and urbex, but nowhere near the amount of photos I thought I would be taking. I guess I've come to the realization that it is more important to live the life than to capture the life.
This shot is taken from Rabbit Island in Cambodia. A small, but pretty awesome island. Check it.